Thanks Radu, This is really helpful (and nice to meet an Oxygen Tech Author),Bridget From: "Radu Coravu radu_coravu@... [dita-users]"writedirection
Figures are listed in a file and used by conkeyref. However, there are problems with cross-references to the figure captions. The cross-references display thealastairdent
... I’m assuming you’re doing this to change the behavior of things so you exclude everything first, then include only the things you want. I’ve alwayswbrisett
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